Rejuvolyte is an injection free solution for younger skin that is claimed to be “better than Botox”, which is quite some claim.
In the following review we will look at this trial offer in more detail to see how accurate its claims really are.
We suspect that this trial offer is not all that it is made out to be, with possible hidden charges to be expected.
This has been the case with the various other offers we have reviewed previously, although we have to give Rejuvolyte the benefit of the doubt until we look at the offer in more detail.
Claimed benefits of Rejuvolyte
Apart from its better than Botox claim, Rejuvolyte also claims to offer its users the following benefits:
- 84% Decrease of wrinkles and fine lines
- 95% Increase of collagen production
- 73% Decrease in appearance of dark circles
I have to admit that seeing these claims will certainly be enticing. However I would be wary of any claims that involve percentages, especially if there does not seem to be any indication of where these came from.
My suggestion to you would be to look at the ingredients before you sign up for any offer, so that you know what it contains.
This will ensure you know what effects are to be expected; whether good or bad.
Ingredients found in Rejuvolyte
Unfortunately there is zero ingredient information available for Rejuvolyte. No label and no mention of what makes it so effective.
This is disappointing as without this information how can we believe the claims being made.
This puts serious doubts in my mind regarding the effectiveness, as well as the safety of using this product. What if there are potentially harmful ingredients used?
Cost of Rejuvolyte
The biggest issue with Rejuvolyte is likely to be its price.
Reading the terms and conditions (that I would always recommend) reveals that this offer actually costs $89.92, which will be charged to you at the end of the 14 day trial period.
Also found in the T&Cs is the fact that Rejuvolyte operates as an auto-ship program, which means that should you sign up for this offer you will also be sent further monthly packages thereafter too.
These shipments will of course need to be paid for, and will continue until the subscription is cancelled.
Is Rejuvolyte a scam?
Looking at the facts at hand there is very little to recommend.
There are serious doubts surrounding its impressive sounding claims, due to a lack of ingredient information. Plus the cost of the trial is incredibly high.
My suggestion to you would be to look for an alternative.
Contact details for Rejuvolyte
To contact Rejuvolyte to cancel your trial you should use the following information:
Phone: (844) 207-6933
Please leave a message below if you have been caught out by this trial offer.
Alternative skin care cream
If you are put off by the high price of the above trial offer then I suggest you take a look at the Evolution Slimming website.
They have their own anti-ageing cream called EvoCreme that has shown promising results with those who have used it.
EvoCreme is available for $45, with no trial option available. This means that there is no auto-shipping or hidden charges to worry about.